And Elias, the prophet, stood up, as a fire, and his word burnt like a torch (Ecclesiasticus. 48.1, DRV)

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

The Ultimate Delusion of Vatican II 'Catholicism'


The Chair of St. Peter

Prepare the way for the people, make the road plain...
lift up the standard to the people (Is. 62.10)

"God is merciful, but He is also just, and is therefore obliged to punish those who offend Him... With regard to those who abuse His mercy and despise Him, He exercises justice." Thus how St. Alphonsus Liguori, Bishop and eminent Doctor of the Church, begins to distinguish the true notion of God, in his sermon on the Gospel for the Quinquagesima Sunday. On this point, it is only well befitting to point out how the New 'Catholic Theology' of Vatican II fundamentally and therefore crucially departs from the traditional Catholic Theology (God is BOTH merciful AND just) of which St. Alphonsus Liguori was a representative and of which our sacred Tridentine Latin Mass is its expression* - following the Catholic axiom: "lex orandi, lex credendi," that is, literally, "the law of praying is the law of believing," or, loosely, "how one prays shows what one believes." Continue here.

We have already put this our post on subscription. Many have benefited - and so they shared - and are now gone but with this rebuke from Him Who Is The Way, the TRUTH, and the Life, neglecting to make some return for the light of salvation the "God of truth" has shed on them hereWere not [over a hundred] made clean? and where are [they]There is no one found to return and give... (Lk. 17.17,18) the due demanded by our just God: If we have sown unto you spiritual things, is it a great matter if we reap your carnal things? (I Cor. 9.11) For in this last days... men [even those so-called 'Catholic' have grown] ungrateful (II Tim. 3.1-2).

Related posts: 'Pontifex' denies the Catholic God and "The Problem With the 'Divine Mercy Devotion'". On the New 'Gospel' of 'universal salvationism', see also "What is Truth?" and "Pope Francis Speaks of the New 'Gospel' of Universal Salvationism"


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    In today's Gospel (Tuesday after the First Sunday of Lent) Our Lord entered Jerusalem as a Physician who entered a sick city. Jerusalem was sick: "From the sole of the foot unto the top of the head, there is no soundness therein" (Is. 1.6). And as the Good Physician, He first "appl[ied] Himself to the source of the sickness," says a learned writer in the "Catena Aurea" of St. Thomas Aquinas - that is, the Temple. "For," continues the same writer, "as every thing good cometh out of the Temple, so also doth every evil." And what of the Temple? The same writer again precisely points out: "...When the priesthood is sound, the whole Church flourishes, but if it is corrupt, faith is impaired; and as when you see a tree whose leaves are pale-coloured you know that it is diseased at its root, so when you see an undisciplined people, you conclude without hesitation that their priesthood is unsound."

    The cleansing and healing action of the Divine Physician in today's Gospel is considered to be rather directed to those whom He appointed to be responsible for the Temple - the Priests. There is found in the Temple their complicity.


Salvation is in the "Blood of the Lamb"

Apocalypse XIV now unfolding (cf., our posts "The Wine of the Wrath of God" and "After Pope Benedict XVI, the 'Last' Roman Pontiff?"). The divine chastisement of world-wide conflagration (Lk. 17.29-30, cf., our post "Our Lady, Vatican II Disorientation, and the Annihilation of Many Nations") to annihilate the 'super-power' and cities and nations drunk with the wine of its immodesty, impurity, fornication, homosexuality, and blasphemies (Apoc. 14.8) is imminent - the close of our end-times period (distinct from the consummation of the world, Mt. 28.20).

They... have made them white in the Blood of the Lamb
(Apoc. 7.14) ... All things... are cleansed with Blood: and without shedding of Blood there is no remission (Heb. 9.22).

The Blood of the [Divine] Lamb can be availed of in the traditional Rite of the Sacrament of Penance (cf., our post "On Concealing Sins in Confession") and of the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist (the Traditional Latin Mass). Go to our traditional Catholic Mass Centers (links on the left-side bar of this site). Flee to the mountains... (Mt. 24.16).

See also the Messages and Appeals (on the upper right-side bar) of the Apocalyptic Woman in her title of Our Lady of Fatima.